TONES reveal the politically charged video for ‘Here On After’

By Ben Tipple

“Youth should be free and not be told by a government who they are and what they need.” So said young London four-piece TONES upon revealing their recent track, ‘Here On After. “The machine is trying to make us all into clones but we need to take a step up and shape the future for ourselves,” they explained.

Taking their politically charged ethos one step further, TONES took part in the recent anti-austerity march in the nation’s capital, using filmed footage from their experience for the track’s new video.

“It felt right to shoot some of our video for ‘Here On After’ at the End Austerity Now march last month as the song is about our frustrations with the government and our futures as teenagers. We’ve never made a video for one of our tracks before and it was really important to us for it to have some depth and get across what the track means to us.”

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